An errant gust of wind blows up a dust devil of leaves
Mom: A Wild and Wooly November, just like our wild and wooly girl!
C glowers and raises an eyebrow
Mom: Well, you can be quite outrageous sometimes when you want to be. And I love that. My November baby.
C rolls her eyes, goes back to spreading cheese on her cracker. Takes a bite of the cracker, crumbs fly.
C: Gah! =giggles in disbelief=
Mom: What happened?
C: I got crumbs in my eye! (runs to the bathroom)
Dad: Well, she should stick to round crackers, their crumbs don't fly off like square crackers' do. (pops the last round cracker into his mouth with a piece of ham)
C sits back down
Mom: Your father thinks you should stick to round crackers, but he's eaten them all.
C glowers at Dad
C: I don't like the round crackers. Hey! Where's my meat? I had half a piece of ham right here when I left!
Dad: Muy mon't mow. ("I don't know" with mouth full of round cracker and ham) =starts to chuckle with mouth full=
C: There are two whole pieces on the plate! Why did you steal my half eaten one?
Thump from a small grey dwarf rabbit on the "oriental" carpet.
Mom: Aw, there's Granny's sweet baby bunny. Isn't she cute. Give her your apple.